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State Elections 2020

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By the Numbers: Election and Redistricting Ballot Measure Trends

This summer, I often heard that both the number of elections and redistricting ballot measures were higher this year compared to years past, and I wondered if the two increased together or if 2020 was unique. With my background in computer science and data analysis, I decided to put this to the test.

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State Elections 2020: Health Ballot Measures

Contemplating which state and national officials to elect during a pandemic, voters in at least nine states face another choice—the opportunity to weigh in on their state’s health policy.

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State Elections 2020: Elections Ballot Measures

A year that has roiled the world in unimagined ways has ushered in unprecedented changes to election policy through legislation, executive orders and court rulings.

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State Elections 2020: What We’ll Be Watching on Election Night

When it’s campaign season for legislators, it’s election prep season at NCSL.

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State Elections 2020: Redistricting Ballot Measures

At the beginning of the year, it looked like this could be a busy November for redistricting ballot measures: Citizens initiatives were organizing in more than half a dozen states, and legislatures were considering several referral measures of their own. Then COVID-19 hit, and the difficulties of political organizing during a pandemic stymied many groups. In the end, three redistricting measures made it on the ballot, all of which were referred to the ballot by legislatures.

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This blog offers updates on the National Conference of State Legislatures' research and training, the latest on federalism and the state legislative institution, and posts about state legislators and legislative staff. The blog is edited by NCSL staff and written primarily by NCSL's experts on public policy and the state legislative institution.